Elizabeth Strout, the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of 'Olive Kitteridge,' says she was a "bad lawyer" before turning her energies to writing. Her latest novel, 'My Name is Lucy Barton,' is about an aspiring writer. Then, commentator Sarah Hepola tells us how online dating taught her something she's struggled to do all her life: Tell men the truth. Finally, The singular, gender-neutral usage of "they" is now acceptable on college campuses, among the genderqueer and in the 'Washington Post.' Linguist Geoff Nunberg traces the rise of the new "they."